Profiles and celeb interviews:
Gideon Adlon Is Ready for Anything (The Cut)
Holly Taylor's American Dream (The Cut)
SMILF Is Challenging The Stereotypes of Single Motherhood (Sunday Times Style)
Jameela Jamil Has Found Her Good Place (The Cut)
Beanie Feldstein Is a Champion Best Friend (The Cut)
Good Girl in Revolt (The Cut)
Shopping for Crystals With Aidy Bryant (The Cut)
What Would Sarah Polley Do? (The Cut)
Lupita Nyong'o, The Gamechanger (Sunday Times Style)
Sarah Sutherland is Veep's Secret Weapon (The Cut)
Kiefer Sutherland is the Canadian Country-Singing TV President America Craves (The Cut)
Samira Wiley’s Most Radical Protest is Being Herself (The Cut)
Introducing Selah Marley, The Girl of The Moment (Sunday Times Style)
Getting Real With Lakeith Stanfield, Atlanta’s Pothead Philosopher-Poet (The Cut)
Jaden Smith on the Many Subtle Flavors of Water (The Cut)
Adrian Grenier Lives Every Day Like He’s at Burning Man (The Cut)
How One of the World’s Leading Geneticists Recovered His Family’s Stolen Legacy (Tablet)

Reported pieces: 

9 Men on Dating After Being Sexually Abused (The Cut)
Last Night, The Wing Welcomed Hillary Clinton Into Their Coven (The Cut)
8 Queer Muslim Women on the Power of The Bold Type  (The Cut)
Can an Actress Who’s Struggled With an Eating Disorder Safely Lose Weight for a Role? (The Cut)
Teens Explain What Adults Don’t Get About 13 Reasons Why (The Cut)
11 People in Interracial Relationships on the Intense Experience of Watching Get Out Together (The Cut)
These Are the Attorneys Fighting Trump’s Immigration Ban at Airports Around the Country (The Cut)
7 Popular Mormon Bloggers on Why They Would Never Vote for Donald Trump (The Cut)
‘The Glass Ceiling Absolutely Still Exists’: 8 Wall Street Women on What Equity Gets Right (The Cut) 
The 2016 Women in TV Power List (Elle)

Feminist commentary/criticism:
Aziz Ansari, ‘Cat Person,’ and the #MeToo Backlash (The  Cut)
The Whispers Were Deafening at the Golden Globes (The Cut)
Tonya Harding, Monica Lewinsky and the Redemption of the ’90s Tabloid ‘Villainess’ (The Cut)
What Should Feminists Make of Megyn Kelly? (The Cut)

Pop-culture analysis: 
Baby Driver Will Make You Forget That You Hate Ansel Elgort (The Cut)
Master of None Fails to Give Its Female Lead a Personality (The Cut)
This Episode of I Love Dick Will Change the Way You Think About Women’s Sex Lives (The Cut)
Girlboss Will Make You Nostalgic, But Maybe Not in a Good Way (The Cut)
Shoshanna Has Become the True Hero of Girls (The Cut)
Aubrey Plaza Is Currently Serving Up the Most Terrifying Performance on TV (The Cut)
The Wonderful Cat Guys of Kedi Are an Antidote to All the Bad Men in the World (The Cut)
Hidden Figures Shows How a Bathroom Break Can Change History (The Cut)
Welcome to Kardashian Kamelot (The Cut)
If You Think White Girl’s Sex Scenes Are Shocking, You’re Missing the Point (The Cut)
 This Book by Amy Schumer’s Head Writer Is Better Than Therapy (The Cut)
The Jinx bombshell and our uneasy relationship with doubt (Salon)

Fun stuff:
I Wish I Were Larry David’s Cool Daughter (The Cut)
This Conspiracy Theory Will Change How You Feel About the
Bachelor Villain (The Cut)
Introducing the Purge, a Rage-Based Cleaning Method (The Cut)
The Big Lesson of The Light Between Oceans: Don’t Marry a Guy Who Lives in a Lighthouse, Dummy! (The Cut)
Movies About the Sea Are the Worst Movies (The Cut)
The Bachelorette’s Douche of the Week (The Cut)
This Season’s Hottest Cover Trend: Men Wearing Women As Backpacks (The Cut)
Dad Shows, Defined (Thrillist)
How Millennials Feel About Melissa Joan Hart’s Many Make-outs, Then and Now (Vulture)